Do you trust computers?

If you are reading this it is very likely that you are using a computer. Obviously your laptop or desktop is a computer, but what about the tablet or smart phone. Well those are computers too, running software and apps just like something that you call a computer.

We happily use a SatNav app on our mobile phone, and let it find the fastest route home. When you withdraw cash from a cashpoint (a less frequent experience in the new "card-only" world) you are using a computer. And your smart TV runs iPlayer etc. just like a "real" computer.

Like it or not, we use computers all the time, even if we sometimes don't quite realise that we are using a computer, because it doesn't really look like a computer!

But do we trust them?

Well, as we use them all the time without thinking about it, we probably do trust them. It's just that if asked we would say "No we don't", but our behaviour would suggest otherwise. See the SatNav example above.

So why all the questions? [And yes, we realise that is another one]

Okay, here at Quiz Master Shop we use software to generate Quiz rounds for our customers. And we find that this gives advantages over other methods.

  • You don't get the same question twice, because the software tracks this.
  • No more getting lots of football questions in a Sport round, as it ensures a good mix of questions.
  • You get a wide range of subjects, some quite unusual, that you might not get elsewhere [We can add question subjects very easily, and the software decides when there are enough questions for that subject to appear in the list.]

So, do you trust computers, or perhaps more to the point, do you trust our software?

We think that you should, and at less than one pound per round price should not be an issue. So give it a try - we're sure you'll like it.

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1 comment

  • Mary

    Enjoyed last night’s quiz @Academy in the Bay – if anything, the rounds were even more creative than usual. Cheers!

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